Does The State Have Any Sort Of Requirement Of Visitors Who Were Convicted Of Sex Offenses In Other States?
Utah Visitors with Prior Sex Offense Convictions
If you are traveling to Utah for a period of 10 days or more, you are required to register with the Utah government within 10 days of arrival if you have a prior conviction for any “sex offense.” Sex offenses includes convictions for crimes such as “voyeurism” and “lewdness.” If you are staying in Utah for an extended period, you need to re-register every six months. You are probably required to register if you have a conviction anywhere within the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, or New Zealand for any sex-related charge.
If you think you may have a prior conviction that qualifies as a “sex offense” and requires you to register with the state government, you should contact a knowledgeable attorney before you travel to Utah.
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